Facing worries about resource adequacy, ISO New England proposes changes that would penalize generators that fail to perform when needed -- for any reason. Market players say it can only work if...
Infrastructure Development: Avoiding the Next Debacle
How to ensure another Chunnel, WPPS, or Big Dig doesn’t happen to you.
a basis for cost-benefit analyses and for proposed changes to the organization’s project-management processes and construction management execution. With a thorough understanding of the key processes driving projects, the associated risks and controls, and reliable measurement and monitoring of progress, management will be in a position to avoid the fates of a WPPSS, Chunnel, STNP, or the Big Dig and to make a notable contribution to meeting the power-demand, environmental, and investment needs of the coming decades.